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    So to understand the likely rate of growth/ eventual collapse of this thing, I have a question... if I "invest" $1000, then in what timeframe am I able to withdraw a profit, and how much profit ?
    (like in TM it was a fairly simple and constant- for each $50 invested, the member got back $55 in 60 days)

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    Re: UvioO - worth watching?

    Quote Originally Posted by stephenjgray View Post
    So to understand the likely rate of growth/ eventual collapse of this thing, I have a question... if I "invest" $1000, then in what timeframe am I able to withdraw a profit, and how much profit ?
    (like in TM it was a fairly simple and constant- for each $50 invested, the member got back $55 in 60 days)
    That would be "never" and "none"......
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    Blimey, they are up to the "no negative postings" bit already? That was quick.

    Does that mean there have been - gasp! - complainers in the group??

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    This Mike Briggs character seems to be taking a leading role. Wasn't he in Banners Broker? And MAPs? Name seems familiar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Della Cate View Post
    Blimey, they are up to the "no negative postings" bit already? That was quick.

    Does that mean there have been - gasp! - complainers in the group??

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    This Mike Briggs character seems to be taking a leading role. Wasn't he in Banners Broker? And MAPs? Name seems familiar.
    Yep - someone posted today's Mirror artic;e slaughtering SS and MAP's with a "lol". It got deleted pretty fast and then Mike Briggs posted that. I haven't heard of Briggs before was he in TM or BB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dondraper View Post
    Yep - someone posted today's Mirror artic;e slaughtering SS and MAP's with a "lol". It got deleted pretty fast and then Mike Briggs posted that. I haven't heard of Briggs before was he in TM or BB?
    Think he's been in a few things.....he is mentioned in the BB thread here. He also peddled some diet drink thing!

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    Ok then Mike - so where DOES the main income come from then?

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    I thought you were paid just for sharing videos?

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    Tut, tut, tut, Danny L! You shouldn't use the word "return" when talking about your scheme. That kind of implies a return on money which equals the "I" word that every scheme bans - investment!


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    I'm also curious to know.....what are "MAP stations"? It's not something to do with My Advertising Pays - MAP - is it?
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    OMG! WOW! Where do I sign up?? After seeing this absolute corker of a video posted (in 2014) by Dickie Walletblaster, I'm pumped and ready to go!!

    Stand by.....for DICKIE OPENS AN ENVELOPE!!


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    Hmm. Sounds to me like a closed loop system with people clicking and watching eash other's videos.......how is that different from a closed loop advertising system where everyone clicks on each other's adverts?

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    I note too that there's a basic membership but the money only starts coming in when you buy various upgrades - so you have to put money in to get money out. Doesn't that mean you are getting paid with your own money??

    And why the 45 day delay to pay you? Paying by cheque is a good wheeze as well, because cheques (at least in the UK) take time to clear, and if they are in a currency other than pound stirling, there's a fee for their encashment. Plus, if the person sending it you doesn't have enough money, the cheque can be bounced and you won't get anything at all!

    So essentially, you "earn" 100, say, but UvioO has a 45 day breathing space to get that money out to you. In the meantime, you (and other people) are presumably still putting money in to buy "positions" and "checkpoints". That should keep the wheel turning. It's a gamble whether your cheque, when you get it, will be honoured in my view, but that's part of the fun!



    Or have I got that wrong?

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    seems a lot of scammy horseshit coming out of the address of justin blake and 'jb holdings'

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    Haven't lost any money to online scams.......results are typical.

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    Re: UvioO - worth watching?

    Quote Originally Posted by stephenjgray View Post
    So to understand the likely rate of growth/ eventual collapse of this thing, I have a question... if I "invest" $1000, then in what timeframe am I able to withdraw a profit, and how much profit ?
    (like in TM it was a fairly simple and constant- for each $50 invested, the member got back $55 in 60 days)
    How many people got $55 for the $50 which they invested? TM claims that their members (sorry suckers) did not make investments that they bought advertising. Only the creeps at the top of the pyramid made any profit and most of those risk loosing it in clawbacks when the receiver takes action to force them to pay back their ill gotten gains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Della Cate View Post
    Hmm. Sounds to me like a closed loop system with people clicking and watching eash other's videos.......how is that different from a closed loop advertising system where everyone clicks on each other's adverts?

    I note too that there's a basic membership but the money only starts coming in when you buy various upgrades - so you have to put money in to get money out. Doesn't that mean you are getting paid with your own money??

    And why the 45 day delay to pay you? Paying by cheque is a good wheeze as well, because cheques (at least in the UK) take time to clear, and if they are in a currency other than pound stirling, there's a fee for their encashment. Plus, if the person sending it you doesn't have enough money, the cheque can be bounced and you won't get anything at all!

    So essentially, you "earn" 100, say, but UvioO has a 45 day breathing space to get that money out to you. In the meantime, you (and other people) are presumably still putting money in to buy "positions" and "checkpoints". That should keep the wheel turning. It's a gamble whether your cheque, when you get it, will be honoured in my view, but that's part of the fun!



    Or have I got that wrong?
    You got it right......

    IMO....The whole paying by cheque after 45 days thing is a huge red flag....Only works to the admins advantage.....It also sets up for a vicious end game when this one starts to implode....Will be at least 45 days of newbs depositing fresh funds which they have no hope of getting back....

    Just to add....Here in Australia if the cheque bounces you get charged a ridiculous fee for them not having money in their account...Used to be $35 fee but that was years ago.....We don't use cheques as much anymore here...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Della Cate View Post

    I note too that there's a basic membership but the money only starts coming in when you buy various upgrades - so you have to put money in to get money out.
    Oh how they tease, this poor lass lost out on $200 because she didn't pump more cash in. Perhaps that's why her week four update is three years past due?



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    Doesn't that mean you are getting paid with your own money??
    There is no other possible explanation.

    I've seen a lot of dumb things, so it's hard to say its the dumbest. However!!!

    Let's say someone shares 500 videos in their quest for internet riches. Their only tracking mechanism as a "business owner" SUCKER is the counter provided by Uvio0 and the word of whomever is running the scheme. Hypothetically the 500 videos could generate $1,000,000 in sales for Uvio0, how would the "business owner" SUCKER know? UvioO could pocket all that dosh and tell some numpty they earned a checkpoint send $5.

    Maybe it's a secret, some like http://www.realscam.com/f16/simon-stepsys-3342/ steal which is why sensible business owners demand independent checks and balances.



    You earned a bunch of money, mail us a bunch more doesn't pass the smell test.
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    Septic Simon Stepsys hardly paused to take a breath before switching his focus from MAP to UvioO, did he ???



    It's right about now sympathy for anyone following him into his latest scheme disappears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post

    It's right about now sympathy for anyone following him into his latest scheme disappears.
    Especially considering all the Class of 2013 scamees Simon left at the alter.
    Published on Feb 13, 2013


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    Interesting. Here are the Alexa rankings for UvioO;-

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    Look how in late September/early October they jump up. I wonder if that is the "Simon effect"? He's pushing this big time, isn't he?

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    Let's not get carried away. lol. it's the 'people from the now failed my advertising pays ponzi effect'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Della Cate View Post
    Interesting. Here are the Alexa rankings for UvioO;-

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    Look how in late September/early October they jump up. I wonder if that is the "Simon effect"? He's pushing this big time, isn't he?
    It's the piggybacking effect.....TM was shut down end of July....couple months later and all those other scams piggybacking TM are now dead....
    It's time for the next scam de jour and this may be it....
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    Oh dear. Over at the "UVioO Success" FB page, someone's not happy....

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    If he's not careful, Stanislaw will be banned for being negative. Don't worry, Stanislaw, at least you'll be able to keep hold of your money!

    Interesting that Mike Briggs - and Dickie A too - say that sharing videos is NOT where the money is earned. Mike Briggs says so explicitly. He says that you earn from buying gold positions, checkpoints and upgrading to pro - in other words, putting money in, in the hope of getting money out!

    In other words, INVESTMENT!!! Tut, tut!!



    Elsewhere, Mike B says he has shared 50 vids in a morning and plans to share more. So rather than clicking on ads, UvioO members are clicketty clicking on videos.

    How tiresome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Della Cate View Post

    - say that sharing videos is NOT where the money is earned.
    As with all things now automated and/or outsourced it's realllllllly a stretch to think posting videos is a money doubler.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Della Cate View Post
    Mike Briggs says so explicitly. He says that you earn from buying gold positions, checkpoints and upgrading to pro - in other words, putting money in, in the hope of getting money out!

    In other words, INVESTMENT!!! Tut, tut!!
    I've been wondering if accounts can only be funded by check, or if that can be done over the interwebz.

    Here is a video I'd like to share of the eventual results when there's too much red waved around too much bull.




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    High investment returns with little or no risk.
    Every investment carries some degree of risk, and investments yielding higher returns typically involve more risk. Be highly suspicious of any "guaranteed" investment opportunity.

    Overly consistent returns. Investment values tend to go up and down over time, especially those offering potentially high returns. Be suspect of an investment that continues to generate regular, positive returns regardless of overall market conditions.

    Unregistered investments. Ponzi schemes typically involve investments that have not been registered with the SEC or with state regulators. Registration is important because it provides investors with access to key information about the company's management, products, services, and finances.

    Unlicensed sellers. Federal and state securities laws require investment professionals and their firms to be licensed or registered. Most Ponzi schemes involve unlicensed individuals or unregistered firms.

    Secretive and/or complex strategies. Avoiding investments you do not understand, or for which you cannot get complete information, is a good rule of thumb.

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    Difficulty receiving payments. Be suspicious if you do not receive a payment or have difficulty cashing out your investment. Keep in mind that Ponzi scheme promoters routinely encourage participants to "roll over" investments and sometimes promise returns offering even higher returns on the amount rolled over.


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    I like Stanislaw. He WILL keep on asking awkward questions! Much to the annoyance of the school prefect / teachers' pet, Dickie...

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    So, it will be next month before the cheques are posted out. And as Mike Briggs reveals elsewhere on this FB page, they will be in US dollars. So people in the Uk will have to negotiate the cheque with their bank, and pay a fee for it it be cashed. That assumes that they are posted out and people get them.

    Actually, I would expect some cheques to go out. That's how these things work, isn't it? They need postings and pictures of happy Uvioo-ers dancing about and waving cheques. That will encourage more people to join. And they always pay out at first. No critic of these schemes has ever said that they don't pay. They do pay - at first. They just don't last forever. For anyone considering joining, the trick seems to be to get into something early, make some money, then leave; not hang about waiting for the inevitable decline. Join something too late in the day and you can kiss your money goodbye - as Traffic Monsooners have found out recently.

    The way I see it is that UvioO will run in 45 day "blocks" - that being the time they have between people "earning" and being paid. As long as the money comes in during the 45 day period, they'll pay out. The problems will start when they don't get enough money in. As they have been going for a couple of years already, in a fairly low-key way, I do wonder how much life is left in this thing. Then again, they are having a big influx of fresh blood, so to speak. The Simon Stepsys UvioO success Fb group has gathered just under 500 members in about 10 days. I wouldn't expect that to be enough to sustain this scheme, but there are doubtless many more out there. Interesting times ahead.

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    There you have it, you need people below you who also upgrade for you to get a payment.

    So you need a downline. Why do you need a downline to share videos, I wonder??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Della Cate View Post
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    There you have it, you need people below you who also upgrade for you to get a payment.

    So you need a downline. Why do you need a downline to share videos, I wonder??
    That cheek has got to be sore with your tongue stuck in in like that!
    It seems like in this "industry" common sense is not all that common!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Della Cate View Post
    Oh dear. Over at the "UVioO Success" FB page, someone's not happy....

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    If he's not careful, Stanislaw will be banned for being negative. Don't worry, Stanislaw, at least you'll be able to keep hold of your money!

    Interesting that Mike Briggs - and Dickie A too - say that sharing videos is NOT where the money is earned. Mike Briggs says so explicitly. He says that you earn from buying gold positions, checkpoints and upgrading to pro - in other words, putting money in, in the hope of getting money out!

    In other words, INVESTMENT!!! Tut, tut!!



    Elsewhere, Mike B says he has shared 50 vids in a morning and plans to share more. So rather than clicking on ads, UvioO members are clicketty clicking on videos.

    How tiresome.
    So the problem is that "earnings have stopped".....Solution??....Spend more money!!!!!!...

    SMFH @ how stupid some people can be.....
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